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  • Fishing for coins ~ Fr. Linus Clovis
    Fishing for coins

    The Gospel According to St Matthew 17 24-27

    Jesus and the Temple Tax

  • International Women’s Day – at the service of international population control?
    International Women’s Day – at the service of international population control?

    Suzanne Moore says that on this year’s International Women’s Day she does not ‘feel we have much to celebrate at all’, since ‘[i]n this country, up to three women a week during Covid have been killed by their partners or former partners.

  • The malice of envy ~ Fr. Linus Clovis
    The malice of envy

    The Gospel According to St Luke 4 23-30

  • Poland and a woman’s right to kill: softly-spoken victim calls for more violence
    Poland and a woman’s right to kill: softly-spoken victim calls for more violence

    In an interview with Matthew Day of the UK Telegraph, ‘Polish activist’ Marta Lempart ‘vows to continue’ her ‘anti-abortion rebellion’, with ‘[n]ationwide protests’ continuing after the introduction of an ‘almost complete ban on abortions’; the founder o

  • Kingdom divided ~ Fr. Linus Clovis
    Kingdom divided

    The Gospel According to St Luke 11:14-28

    Jesus and Beelzebul

  • The Prodigal Son ~ Fr. Linus Clovis
    The Prodigal Son

    The Gospel According to St Luke 15 11-32

    The Parable of the Prodigal and His Brother

  • Joseph & Christ ~ Fr. Linus Clovis
    Joseph & Christ

    Book of Genesis 37 3-24

    3 Now Israel loved Joseph more than any other of his children, because he was the son of his old age; and he made him a long robe with sleeves. 4 But when his brothers saw that their father loved him more than all his brothers, they hated him, and could not speak peaceably to him.

  • The poor rich ~ Fr. Linus Clovis
    The poor rich

    The Gospel According to St Luke 16 19-31

    The Rich Man and Lazarus

  • Let mom ask ~ Fr. Linus Clovis
    Let mom ask

    The Gospel According to St Matthew 20 17-28

    A Third Time Jesus Foretells His Death and Resurrection

  • NSPCC and child welfare: smacks of hypocrisy?
    NSPCC and child welfare: smacks of hypocrisy?

    Sir Peter Wanless, chief executive of the NSPCC, says ‘Britain has taken a “terrible backwards step” in its treatment of children’ during the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown’, saying that while he had believed that ‘“as a nation, we were increasingly intolerant of the physica